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Project Information for Historic Preservation Professionals

Project Information for Historic Preservation Professionals | Wisconsin Historical Society

The State Historic Preservation Office seeks to develop a list of qualified consultants with experience in Wisconsin historic preservation who meet the professional qualifications set forth in the Code of Federal Regulations 36 CFR 61, Appendix A, the Secretary of the Interior's "Standards for Archaeology and Historic Preservation."

The projects listed below are federally funded subgrants. Compliance with all applicable laws, rules and regulations (federal, state and local) is required.

The work is to be started by June 2020 and completed by August 2021. The consultants' responsibilities are outlined below and may include project-status reporting and supervision of assistants.

Consultant Responsibilities

Intensive survey of the following locations:

  • City of Wauwatosa intensive survey up to $25,000
  • City of Green Bay intensive survey up to $33,000

National Register nominations of the following locations:

  • City of New Richmond for the Downtown Historic District and the East Side Historic District up to $18,850
  • City of Monona for up to 15 individual nominations up to $25,000
  • Village of Bangor for the Downtown Historic District up to $8,200

For each project you are interested in, you must mail 2 copies of your résumé (4 pages maximum). Please include your current address, current email address and professional qualifications on your résumé. Email copies will not be accepted.

Consultants will be rated on professional qualifications; those meeting the criteria will be notified.

Submit materials by April 3, 2020 to:

The Wisconsin Historical Society
Attention: Joe DeRose
816 State Street
Madison, WI 53706-1482

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